Thursday, March 15, 2007

Whose side d'you claim, Keillor or Savage?

Dan Savage rips Garrison Keillor a new one when thrice-married adulterer Keillor waxes poetic about how great old-fashioned marriage is and how icky gay people are.


At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 6:55:00 PM PDT, Anonymous clynne said...

I've never been more pleased to have *always* considered Garrison Keillor a tedious, unfunny bore.

God knows I tried to find it funny. But I just wanted to fall asleep or go find something interesting to read while other people were listening to that pap.

At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 7:03:00 PM PDT, Blogger Adam Villani said...

I always liked Keillor more in theory than in practice. I read his "The Book of Guys" and it was pretty good, though I couldn't tell you what it was about today. But I pretty much never listen to his radio show, and I was pretty underwhelmed with the movie version, which was more interesting than actually entertaining. Tell me again why, exactly, I'm supposed to find references to powdermilk biscuits funny. He always kinda seemed like a guy who had this idealized vision of what life should be like and then built up this whole fantasy persona around it, and eventually he couldn't really tell where the line between how he actually felt and what was what this "Garrison Keillor" persona felt got blurred.


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